Masks, Mysteries and Other Worldly Pleasures

Máté Orr

25th April – 10th June 2017

This is the first solo exhibition outside Hungary for this talented, emerging young artist. Sensuous, surreal, even shocking; such are some of the words which have been used to describe the work of Máté Orr. His ‘Neo-Baroque Futurism’ is more of a sensibility than a style. It is a vision of the world that disrupts the traditional boundaries between reality and fiction, the natural and the man-made, the past and the present, the classical and the contemporary.

Máté Orr is the proud recipient of a number of prestigious art awards and scholarships. His work has been shown in many group and solo shows throughout Hungary and at Art Fairs  in Beijing, Monaco and Budapest, attracting a loyal Hungarian following  as well as an international group of collectors as far afield as Finland, India, the United States of America and the United Kingdom. His exhibition at the Fairhurst Gallery in Norwich in 2017 will be his debut solo show outside of Hungary.